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Could 'Tiny Fat Bubbles' Be The Key To Solving Autoimmune Disease?
New study shows that liposomes, or "tiny fat bubbles," could help re-set the immune system to prevent and treat autoimmune disease.
Sep 08, 2019 13:07 UTC Read More

Humans Can Reverse Their Biological Age, Shows a 'Curious Case' Study
A new clinical trial shows the first evidence that humans can reverse their biological age, as measured by genetic markers. Participants took three common…
Sep 07, 2019 14:02 UTC Read More

Truck drivers spend hours every week unpaid. And a study shows that the vulnerable workers’ biggest problem is only getting worse.
Business Insider - Detention time is getting longer and longer for truck drivers, a new study found. It's an inefficiency that aggravates truckers and wastes money.
Sep 06, 2019 17:53 UTC Read More

Largest Real-World Study of Immunotherapy Shows Men with Advanced Prostate Cancer with Low PSA had a Median Survival of Nearly Four Years after Treatment with PROVENGE® (sipuleucel-T)
development of immunotherapy, patients treated with sipuleucel-T, PROCEED registry, Dendreon Pharmaceuticals, PROVENGE®, IMPACT trial, first-line…
Sep 06, 2019 15:22 UTC Read More

Largest Real-World Study of Immunotherapy Shows Men with Advanced Prostate Cancer with Low PSA had a Median Survival of Nearly Four Years after Treatment with PROVENGE® (sipuleucel-T)
development of immunotherapy, patients treated with sipuleucel-T, PROCEED registry, Dendreon Pharmaceuticals, PROVENGE®, IMPACT trial, first-line…
Sep 06, 2019 15:22 UTC Read More

Largest Real-World Study of Immunotherapy Shows Men with Advanced Prostate Cancer with Low PSA had a Median Survival of Nearly Four Years after Treatment with PROVENGE® (sipuleucel-T)
development of immunotherapy, patients treated with sipuleucel-T, PROCEED registry, Dendreon Pharmaceuticals, PROVENGE®, IMPACT trial, first-line…
Sep 06, 2019 15:22 UTC Read More

Largest Real-World Study of Immunotherapy Shows Men with Advanced Prostate Cancer with Low PSA had a Median Survival of Nearly Four Years after Treatment with PROVENGE® (sipuleucel-T)
development of immunotherapy, patients treated with sipuleucel-T, PROCEED registry, Dendreon Pharmaceuticals, PROVENGE®, IMPACT trial, first-line…
Sep 06, 2019 15:22 UTC Read More

WSU study shows downside of selfie culture
Bottom line: You might want to put down your selfie stick, risk some nominal human contact and start asking strangers to snap your picture.
Sep 06, 2019 13:29 UTC Read More

Study Shows College Kids Hide Debt From Parents
(NAPSI)—For college freshmen looking to manage their own finances—often for the first time—heading to college can often mean a lot of unexpected expenses…
Sep 06, 2019 11:44 UTC Read More

High school football participation continues to drop, study shows
A new report shows the number of boys playing tackle football continues to decrease across the country, including Montana. According to the National…
Sep 06, 2019 04:14 UTC Read More

Rutbusters study shows managers want better pay and more challenges to be happy
HAPPINESS, for most managers, is a challenging project and a bit of respect from their boss, according to a new study into Britain's 10 million…
Sep 06, 2019 04:02 UTC Read More

Busy older stars outpace stellar youngsters, new study shows
Press Release From: University of Birmingham Posted: Thursday, September 5, 2019. The oldest stars in our Galaxy are also the busiest, moving more rapidly…
Sep 05, 2019 21:15 UTC Read More

Study shows link between deforestation and human-elephant conflict
A study carried out in the Western Ghats shows that deforestation has led to the loss of 6761 sq km of elephant habitat over 40 years leading to increase in…
Sep 05, 2019 19:32 UTC Read More

Ebola survivors ‘likely to face the premature death’, study shows
Fifty-nine died within about one year of leaving Ebola treatment units, a mortality risk five times that of the general Guinean population. According to a Reuters…
Sep 05, 2019 14:18 UTC Read More

Kristen Stewart’s Dilemma Illustrates The Problem Hollywood Still Has With LGBTQ Characters
Get this: Just 1.3% of all characters in 2018's top movies were from the LGBTQ community.
Sep 05, 2019 13:36 UTC Read More

OB-GYNs are uncomfortable counseling their patients on fertility, study shows
A new study shows that many OB-GYNs are uncomfortable counseling their patients on fertility at a time when more women are delaying pregnancy and…
Sep 05, 2019 13:31 UTC Read More

Macrolide Treatment Linked to Reduction in Bronchiectasis Exacerbations, Study Shows
Long-term treatment with macrolide antibiotics is associated with a reduction in exacerbations in all groups of bronchiectasis patients, a study shows.
Sep 05, 2019 12:59 UTC Read More

Late-onset Friedreich's Ataxia Can Emerge After Age 50, Study Shows
Read about how Friedreich's ataxia can occur as a late-onset disease, with symptoms appearing after the age of 50, a case-report shows.
Sep 05, 2019 12:00 UTC Read More

Study shows Opioid crisis costs LI about $8 billion
NEW YORK (WCBS 880) -- The opioid crisis costs Long Island approximately $8 billion per year a study by the Fiscal Policy Institute shows.
Sep 05, 2019 10:59 UTC Read More

Report: Opioid crisis costs LI nearly $8B a year
The opioid crisis is costing Long Island's economy roughly $8 billion a year in medical costs, lost worker productivity and economic losses, according to a study…
Sep 05, 2019 01:49 UTC Read More

Supplements are big business, but study shows little impact to heart health, longevity
Billions are spent each year on vitamins in the U.S., but a massive new analysis again questions the benefit of most supplements to improve heart health or…
Sep 05, 2019 01:29 UTC Read More

Vaping Risks: Study Shows Why E-Liquids Have Ties to a Rare Lung Illness
In a paper published Wednesday in the Journal of Clinical Investigation, a team of scientists from Baylor University showed that vaping can cause a dangerous…
Sep 04, 2019 20:06 UTC Read More

Study Shows Ohioans Making Scary Moves Because Of Health Care Cost Concerns
A group that supports single-payer health care is highlighting a study that shows Ohioans are very worried about paying medical costs, and are taking.
Sep 04, 2019 19:38 UTC Read More

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